Morning Discussion

By Chris Faylor, Feb 24, 2009 7:17am PST Hooray for Tuesday--one step closer to Friday! And, inevitably, next Monday :(

I played a bit more Dawn of War II last night. Whereas I used to just click until things eventually died, I actually grasp enough of the mechanics now to feel like I'm actually making some strategic decisions here and there. That doesn't mean I can make it through a boss fight without losing temporarily losing anyone, but I'm trying, darn it.

And despite an ever-growing backlog, I keep going back to Dawn of War II. I may or may not have woken up this morning thinking about the path I'm going to take my Scout squad down. It's not like I would admit such a thing, but they're focusing on melee.

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